A marvellous vase, manufactured by Barr, Flight, Barr of Worcester, c.1805. The There is some dispute as to the date the company changed its name from Flight and Barr to Barr, Flight and Barr. Henry Sandon takes the view was it today was 1804 although, prior to his seminal work on the manufactory, the general view was that the year was 1807.
A beautifully made piece, on a pedestal base with turquoise ground, this beautiful vase with grace any drawing room.
In excellent condition. No damage. Wear commensurate with age and use.
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